Students who have tickets for this event should go to the John Hume Building on the North Campus for 7pm. The first talk is at 7.30, followed by the second talk at 8.30pm.
The University of Limerick has long been known as “Ireland’s Sporting Campus” supporting the development of many of Ireland’s leading sportspeople for over 40 years. With some of the best facilities, coaches and sports scientists all in one place it has been an environment that has nurtured Ireland’s best talent for generations. Now UL will significantly enhance its support to its student athletes through what we believe will become Ireland’s best Sports Scholarship programme combining all of the great supports we can offer to help maximise our students’ talent.
There will be three levels of award, Gold, Silver and Bronze with a value of up to €10000 at the Gold level. Scholarship holders will benefit from support in the areas of accommodation, registration, sports science, coaching and mentoring. We believe UL will offer you a unique world class environment to train and study.
To find out more and to apply online visit www.ul.ie/sportsscholarships where you can also download a brochure with all of the details. If you then have any further questions you can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date is the 1st of July 2016 and is open to all new entrants for the 2016/17 academic year as well as all current students.
ICHAS has just launched a Business Bursary Scheme for all our Undergraduate Business Programmes commencing this September that you maybe be very interested in learning more about.
The bursary being offered is for the amount of €1,500 reducing the cost of study from €3,000 per year to €1,500 per year (exc Academic Administration fee of €300p/a). For more details and application forms with info and T&C’s please see attached or visit http://ichas.ie/bursaries-scholarships-ichas/.
Students can APPLY directly to ICHAS for our Business Bursary Scheme for all our business courses commencing this September. Please note that ALL Applicants/Students are eligible to apply for this Bursary.
The new DCU BSc in Data Science, CAO Code DC123, is the first dedicated undergraduate university course in data science in Ireland. It combines the three key skill sets of computing, mathematics and communication to provide the core knowledge needed to succeed in the area of Big Data and Analytics, a rapidly growing area of employment in Ireland and abroad. The course will introduce students to the major concepts in data analytics, data management, data processing, modelling, visualisation and communication.
Partnering with industry provides opportunities to engage with real-world problems and data sets. You will learn to program, to study mathematics and learn to apply that learning to data from the real world, communicating the results to different audiences.
This is the course for you if you are a curious investigator, a story-teller, or a problem solver. Data drives the world we live in, and a Data Scientist's job is to use computers to organise everything we know about the world, and communicate the importance to other people. The DCU BSc in Data Science is for everyone who has a curiosity about the world around us, and wants a role that helps advise key decision makers in enterprise, government, and society. No prior computing experience is needed: we will take you from novice, or hobbyist to programming professional.
Entry Requirements: B1 Higher Mathematics in the Leaving Certificate or Equivalent.
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6th year students please note that 1st May is the closing date for late applications to the CAO.
PLEASE NOTE: the CAO Online Change of Mind Facility Opens on 5th May (free)
I am writing to you to make you aware of a Horticultural Open day being held on Friday 13thof May in Teagasc Kildalton College Piltown, Co. Kilkenny.
This event includes a series of workshops on beekeeping, cut foliage and a cooking demonstration using college produce.
I would be grateful if you could pass on this email and the flyer attached to relevant teachers and your students.
I’m sure there would be students interested in a growing career at your college.
Please find all relevant information on the attachment.
Contact us on 051644400.
BCFE (Ballyfermot College of Further Education) announces an exciting, new course; a two year Higher National Diploma in Visual Effects & 3D Technology
You mightn’t think Titanic, Forest Gump and Star Wars have much in common. But think about it. Fantastical imaginings are vividly brought to life in each film with spectacular visual effects, otherwise known as VFX. A few years ago Irishman Richie Baneham won an Oscar for VFX for his work on Avatar. His alma mater Ballyfermot College of Further Education has just announced that from September we’ll be providing the first dedicated VFX & 3D Technology course in Ireland.
BCFE is delighted to announce a new Higher Nation Diploma course in Visual Effects and 3D Technology.Visual Effects (VFX) involves combining live action and digitally created images together to create everything from placing real actors on a surreal set interacting with Avatars on Pandora through to adding fire into a fireplace scene in a TV commercial. The VFX industry is a growing sector within post-production companies in Ireland. On successful completion of the course students may seek employment and a career in 3D/CGI/VFX either locally or internationally.
For further information, portfolio guidelines and to apply please follow this link …
To read the recently published article in the Irish Independent please follow this link …